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I'm hoping to be able to retire about age 46 to 50, which is still a long way off...I know about the 72t (???)...or substantially equal payment thing for 401K's and IRA's...I'm just wondering if this also applies to a Roth IRA. It's too soon to tell but since i'm using the most aggressive stocks in the IRA it is highly possibe (i hope) that a big majority of the money i end up with will be in there. Thanks.
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